Dickinson’s admissions student interviewers are a highly select group of students known for being engaged, responsible members of the campus community. They are trusted with this unique opportunity to help shape the future of the Dickinson community through the admissions process by interviewing prospective students and contributing to their applications.

From varsity athletes to editors-in-chief, Greek life members to stage managers, New Yorkers to Californians to native Pennsylvanians, international business & management and art history majors to creative writing and Arabic minors, these students represent all facets of the very multifaceted Dickinson community.

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Bridget Williams

Bridget Williams

Class of 2021

Hometown: Ellicott City, MD

High School: Mount de Sales Academy

Major: Mathematics and Quantitative Economics

Activities: Bridget has been an active member of Delta Nu sorority since the spring of her first year and has enjoyed serving as the treasurer, house manager, social media chair and service hours coordinator. She has been a Liberty Cap tour guide since the fall of her first year, as well. She was a member of Dickinson's women's basketball team in her first and second years, and has continued her involvement in the Athletics Department by working as a scorekeeper and statistician for the athletic department. In Bridget's sophomore year, she was inducted as a member of the Sigma Alpha Pi honor society. Beginning in the fall of her junior year, she has served as a class representative for Dickinson's Student Senate, where she also served on the Campus Life Initiatives Committee (CLIC). In her senior year, she is serving as a House & Apartment Manager (HAM) for the Denny Apartments on campus, organizing events for the community and checking in with residents to ensure a great living experience. During summer 2020, she worked as a global technology intern for T. Rowe Price. One of her most rewarding experiences at Dickinson was working as an alumni relations representative during Dickinson's Alumni Weekend for two summers, where she was able to form meaningful connections with alumni. On campus, you can usually find her biking through the academic quad or walking through town with friends!

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Tayler Eynon

Tayler Eynon

Class of 2021

Hometown: Lancaster, PA

High School: Lancaster Country Day School

Major: History

Minor: Political Science

Activities: Tayler is a member of the men’s soccer team and coordinates the team’s social media accounts. He is a member the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and works as a field and equipment assistant in the Athletics Department. Off the field, Tayler volunteers in the Admissions Office as a student interviewer, an admissions panelist and a tour guide. He worked on an independent student initiative with members of the Dickinson administration to bring life-saving allergy medications to dining locations across campus. Tayler is passionate about European history and global education, and he had the opportunity to study abroad in Bologna, Italy, last spring. Tayler’s experiences on campus have allowed him to foster lifelong relationships with his peers, faculty, coaches, and staff. At Dickinson he has been able to try new things, find new passions, and step out of his comfort zone while balancing rigorous academic and athletic obligations. You can usually find Tayler in the Kline, the Caf, at Dickinson Park, or hanging out with friends on Morgan Field.

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Lilly Zeitlin

Lilly Zeitlin

Class of 2021

Hometown: Wynnewood, PA

High School: Haverford High School

Major: Economics, Sociology

Minor: Spanish

Activities: Lilly has spent her time at Dickinson and abroad learning about structural inequality and local and international development. She recently completed a three year internship at a local land trust called Central PA Conservancy through Dickinson’s Community Engagement Fellows program. She is serving as co-captain of the Ultimate Frisbee team, The Junkyard Turkeys, and is a member of Delta Nu sorority. Lilly spent the spring of her sophomore year participating in the Dickinson in South America program, where she spent one month in Ecuador and four months in Argentina. In her junior year, Lilly studied in Jaipur, India, on an SIT partner program where she completed an independent study analyzing the impacts of development on a horticultural community. On a typical afternoon you can find Lilly practicing with her team or hanging out in the library.

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Pete O

Pete O'Sullivan

Class of 2022

Hometown: New Canaan, CT

High School: Avon Old Farms

Major: Economics

Activities: Pete is a junior at Dickinson majoring in economics. He is an active member on campus, having served as SAAC President, a Liberty Cap tour guide, admissions student interviewer, Title IX Peer Educator, and a member of the men's lacrosse team. When Pete visited campus for the first time he was hooked by the small school environment, friendly people, competitive academics and athletics. His favorite spot on campus is the academic quad.

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Logan Cort

Logan Cort

Class of 2022

Hometown: Brookeville, MD

High School: Mercersburg Academy

Major: English

Minor: Arabic and American Studies

Activities: Logan has a varied set of interests and engagements on campus. He has been on the men's varsity swim team since his first year and currently works as a student project manager at the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and in the college archives. As an English major, Logan is heavily involved with student research in the English department. This past summer, he focused his research on email newsletters. On any given day, you can find Logan volunteering in the Admissions Office, swimming in the Kline, or reading in the library.

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Tyler Catania

Tyler Catania

Class of 2021

Hometown: Spotswood, NJ

High School: Saint Joseph High School Metuchen

Major: Political Science and International Studies

Minor: Certificate in Security Studies

Activities: Tyler is a captain of the men's varsity swim team and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Outside of the pool, he is a member of Dickinson Votes, where he helps students register to vote in Carlisle. He is also conducting research with Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action examining the Carlisle Community Action Network during COVID-19. Tyler is a tour guide and loves showing prospective students around campus and sharing his stories. One of his favorite memories is studying abroad on a summer program in London and learning about British politics. His favorite spot on campus is the dining hall where he spends hours sitting and talking to friends.

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Nadia Shahab Diaz

Nadia Shahab Diaz

Class of 2021

Hometown: Princeton, NJ

High School: Princeton High School

Major: International Business & Management, International Studies

Minor: French & Francophone Studies, Political Science

Activities: On campus, Nadia is a member of the Liberty Cap Society, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Queer Cap Society. She sings for the College Choir and writes for The Dickinsonian. She has also been heavily involved in student government at Dickinson, holding three different positions on the Student Senate and sitting on various committees and subcommittees for the past three years to act as a voice for the student body. Additionally, Nadia has worked for the Office of Admissions as a student worker, panelist for open houses and virtual information sessions, and events intern. You can often find Nadia running in the Kline Fitness Center or sunbathing on Britton Plaza, taking a break from her busy schedule. Her favorite restaurant in Carlisle and #1 dinner recommendation is Cafe Bruges!

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Julia Walsh

Julia Walsh

Class of 2021

Hometown: Syracuse, NY

High School: Manlius Pebble Hill School

Majors: International Studies and French & Francophone Studies

Activities: Since her first year at Dickinson, Julia has volunteered in the Admissions Office as a tour guide. She has also served on the executive boards for the Outing Club, the women’s club soccer team, and Delta Nu sorority. One of her favorite memories was living in the “Outhouse,” the specialty interest house for the Outing Club. She has enjoyed working in the Athletics Department for the past two years, and is excited to step into new roles on campus as a First-Year Mentor and student interviewer. In the fall of her junior year, she studied abroad in Toulouse, France. You can likely find Julia studying with friends in the Waidner-Spahr Library or outside in a red Adirondack chair.

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Gavin Wood

Gavin Wood

Class of 2021

Hometown: Whitehall, PA

High School: Whitehall High School

Major: International Business and Management; Italian Studies

Activities: Gavin is a vice president of Sigma Lambda Beta, a multicultural fraternity on campus, Special Events Chair for MOB, an event planning organization on campus, and a member of The Order of The Scroll and Key, a hat society on campus. Additionally, he has been a member of the track and field team for two years, a Resident Advisor, a Triton and a Liberty Cap. During his junior year, he studied abroad at L’Università di Bologna where he was enrolled in intensive Italian language and culture courses. He has earned his Pennsylvania Real Estate license and externed at multiple commercial real estate management companies. This past summer, Gavin virtually interned with Goldman Sachs in the Consumer and Investment Management Division. Gavin enjoys trying new foods, traveling, and meeting new people. His two favorite places on campus are Morgan Field when the weather is nice and the cafeteria during holiday dinners.

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Skylar Devitt

Skylar Devitt

Class of 2021

Hometown: Milford, NJ

High School: Delaware Valley Regional High School

Majors: English

Minor: Creative Writing

Activities: Skylar is a busy bee on campus. From being very active on the women’s club soccer team as an executive board member to coming up with new ideas for the English Major Committee, she keeps herself engaged inside and outside the classroom. She loves to spend time in Admissions as a Triton (campus ambassador) connecting with prospective students and the counseling staff. She studied abroad in Norwich, England, and, if you’re not careful, could go on for hours about her experience! While the academic buildings on campus are lovely, Skylar’s favorite spots remain outside in a red chair, specifically on Morgan Field where she lived her first year.

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Natasha Di Centa

Natasha Di Centa

Class of 2021

Hometown: London, United Kingdom

High School: Kendrick School

Major: International Business & Management

Minor: Economics and Italian

Activities: As president of Alpha Phi Omega, Natasha is actively engaged in community service within Dickinson and the wider Carlisle neighborhood. She has also worked on the Friendship Family program which matches long-distance students with local Carlisle families for a local support system and home away from home. In her role as treasurer of Trendsetters, a group for first-generation college students, she ensured students had access to all available resources to help them succeed at Dickinson. Within Admissions, Natasha is part of the Liberty Cap Society where she enjoys giving tours to prospective students, and the student interviewer program. Natasha spent her junior year studying abroad in Bologna, Italy, and at the University of Otago, New Zealand, taking full advantage of the global education available at Dickinson. When the sun is shining, you’ll find Natasha sitting in a red Adirondack chair on the Academic Quad.

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Max Matsumoto

Max Matsumoto

Class of 2021

Hometown: New York City, N.Y.

High School: New York City Laboratory School for Collaborative Studies

Major: Law & Policy and Political Science

Activities: On campus, Max is a member of the soccer team, works as the soccer coach’s assistant in athletics and volunteers in the Office of Admissions as a tour guide and Student Interviewer. These roles have shaped him as a member of the Dickinson community and have exposed him to a wide array of people and experiences. You can usually find Max out at Dickinson Park playing soccer, in the Kline Center or in the soccer offices.

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Kristen Kim

Kristen Kim

Class of 2021

Hometown: Westford, MA

High School: Westford Academy

Major: English

Minor: Studio Art

Activities: Kristen spends her time at Dickinson largely at Mathers Theatre or the Cubiculo, working as a technician, stage manager and designer. When not frequenting either venue, she can be found in East College, paging through Asian American literature; Goodyear, drawing or hot gluing some cardboard together; the Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center, working as an English writing tutor; or in the Costume Studio, stitching something up. Kristen is passionate about sustainability and equity in art. She is a recipient of the Weiss Prize and will be collaborating on a theatrical work featuring technical design and choreography this upcoming year.

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Hannah Griffith

Hannah Griffith

Class of 2021

Hometown: Lansdale, PA

High School: William Penn Charter School

Major: International Business and Management & Spanish

Activities: Hannah has been volunteering as a Liberty Cap tour guide in the Admissions Office since her sophomore year. Some other activities she is involved in on campus include being captain of the women’s swim team, serving on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as a First-Year Mentor, participating in the Outing Club, and now volunteering as a student interviewer. Her favorite Dickinson memories include spending time with friends on Morgan Field and going to Hawk Watch to watch the sunset. In the fall of her junior year, Hannah studied abroad in Málaga, Spain. Hannah’s favorite caf dessert is the banana blondie with brown butter frosting.

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Freya Whittaker

Freya Whittaker

Class of 2021

Hometown: Portsmouth, NH

High School: Portsmouth High School

Major: Psychology and French & Francophone Studies

Activities: Since her first year at Dickinson, Freya has served as a tour guide in the Office of Admissions. Outside of admissions, she also works in the library, as a research assistant in the Department of Psychology and as a statistics tutor. Freya is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Psi Chi honor societies, and has held roles in the Office of Marketing & Communications as a digital marketing intern, as well as in the Title IX office as a peer educator. In the fall of her junior year, she studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she investigated the extent to which sociocultural factors can predict the prognoses of mental illnesses. She can usually be found in the Kline Fitness Center where she's been training to run a half-marathon.

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Tenzin Crowley

Tenzin Crowley

Class of 2021

Hometown: Seattle, WA

High School: The Bush School

Major: Art History

Minor: Studio Art, Economics

Activities: Tenzin recently completed an internship with Christie's auction house. Over the past two years, she has been involved in admissions as a Liberty Cap and student panelist. On campus Tenzin helps with first-year orientation and is a teaching assistant for photography and administrative assistant for the Registrar's Office. She feels fortunate to have studied abroad twice while at Dickinson, once in Kigali, Rwanda, and once in Florence, Italy. She is also involved in greek life as a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, and recenty served as president for the Panhellenic council.

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Alexandra Fosbury

Alexandra Fosbury

Class of 2021

Hometown: Walnut Creek, CA

High School: Northgate High School

Major: Political Science, Philosophy

Minor: Spanish

Activities: Alexandra is the co-editor-in-chief of The Dickinsonian (Dickinson’s student newspaper), secretary of Delta Nu, a tour guide and a Senior Mentor. In addition, she is a tutor with Dickinson’s Bridge Program working with three Nigerian women studying for their GED in Carlisle, as well as a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters at Mooreland Elementary School. Alexandra spent the fall of her junior year in Bologna, Italy, which she considers to be one of her most cherished Dickinson experiences. Most recently, Alexandra held an internship with the United Nations Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Section leading the development of a brochure highlighting Women, Peace and Security in various peacebuilding missions. Alexandra loves to spend time in the Waidner-Spahr Library (doing work or socializing) or laying in the grass on Morgan Field with friends.

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